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Welcome to Year 3

Welcome back! We hope you had a fantastic summer and you are excited to be in Year 3.

Our topic for this half term is Volcanoes and Earthquakes. We will be looking at the structure of the Earth, how and why volcanoes are formed and erupt. We will also be creating our very own volcano which will erupt.

PE is on a Monday and Tuesday and this Half term we are focusing on gymnastic routines and Rugby. 

Spellings are given to the children on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.

There will be a weekly times tables tests on a Monday.

Books can be changed daily if the reading record is signed. Every child should be reading at least 4 times a week for around 15 minutes. Children are responsible for changing their own reading books. 

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World Book Day

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The Daily Mile


We reiceved our ashes today


We had a Roman visitor

As part of our History Topic- The Romans, last week we had a visitor come into School and everyone had the opportunity to look at some Roman artefacts.


Everyone carried out an investigation to decide whether changing the surfaces would have an impact on the speed and distance that the car would travel. 





One of our new topic for PE this half term is looking at developing our team work skills


We have been learning about 3d shape properties this week, therefore we put our knowledge into action whilst working in groups to create 3d shapes out of marshmallows and lolly stick


Within our invasion game topic, we have been focusing on rugby. Everyone in Year 3 has developed their throwing and receiving by using a swing pass and can now use this in a mini game situation. They have learnt lots of different tactics for how to score a point when a defender is added into the game.


Our current RE topic is called visitors which fits well with advent. We have been looking at how we can be good visitors and what it feels like when we have visitors or if we are a visitor somewhere. In our last lesson we looked at a few pieces of scripture about how the shepherd’s heard about the birth of Jesus and went to visit Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus. All children created interview questions which they would like to ask the shepherd’s, we then interviewed our very own shepherd’RE.



We have started to create our volcano. It has involved a lot of team work and a lot of newspaper and glue.

We have started to create our volcano. It was involved a lot of team work and a lot of newspaper and glue.

Here are some of the amazing results of children's hard work and effort in creating volcano art

Our fantastic visit to Southport Synagogue

Volcanoes and Earthquakes

We have started our new topic of Volcanoes and earthquakes. The children have started their volcano art based on Margaret Godfrey abstract art work


We went looking around School to find items in which you could measure the perimeter


Rock Detectives

Today, we looked at becoming geologists and we were closely observing the appearance and texture of a variety of different rocks. We used this information to help us put these rocks into different categorises.


Using ICT to develop our mathamatical knowledge of ordering numbers


We have been trying to use our passing skills within a game situation

Making bronze beakers

We have been using clay to try and recreate our very own Bronze Beakers


We had a visitor come into School to bring our Stone Age to Iron Age topic to an end.

We learnt all about the historic timeline, using actions to help us remember the whole timeline. We looked at artefacts from the prehistoric period, we created our own house which looked similar to those in the Bronze Age. Finally, we discovered how difficult it would have been to draw cave paintings.

Our lesson was very interesting

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